A cultural history of Australian hide and seek
“Australians have a deep cultural history of world-class hiding,” says Nascon Dingo Team Captain Josh Stinton. “Just look at all the great hiders Australia has produced!"
Popped in and out of cover for many years disguised as a post box.
Still out there somewhere, apparently.
Burke and Wills
Total hide-and-seek addicts. Played it to death.
Prime Minister Harold Holt
Left us all guessing after ducking out of sight at the beach when nobody was looking.
The entire indigenous population of Australia
Managed to stay invisible from 1881 to 1967. That has to be some kind of record.